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WALLYPOWER 118

  WallyPower 118  is a 118-foot (36 m) luxury motor yacht with a maximum speed of 60 knots.  The yacht is narrow and angular in design with black glass housing, driven by three Vericor TF50 gas turbines generating 5,600 horsepower (each driving a Rolls-Royce Kamewa water jet), two steerable outboard and a non-steering booster on the centerline.  The steerable water jets also have a diesel engine input for a 370 hp, thus making the ship a Combined Diesel or Gas Turbine configured vessel.  The total power output is 16,800 horsepower. 

The hull of the 118 WallyPower is the result of an extensive R&D program including tank testing at the SSPA facility in Gothenburg, Sweden, and smoke testing in the Ferrari Wind Tunnel Facility in Maranello, Italy. It is stable at speed thanks to the deep V (22 degrees) hull shape and a straight stem bow designed to pierce waves.

The 118's deck, cockpit, navigation, dining and saloon areas have been designed as one continuous element. The open space incorporates three areas, from stern to bow: the saloon, the dining/seating area, and the navigation cockpit.  There is a 360-degree view from the dining area.   The deck of the Wally 118 has a hidden crane and compartment for a tender. 

The price of the 118 Wallypower is US$33 million for the triple gas turbine version, or $22 million for twin diesels.  It has a range of 1,500 nautical miles at 9 knots, or 300 nautical miles at 60 knots.  The yacht displaces only 95 tons because of the sophisticated building technology that uses a hybrid structure to save weight, and can accommodate six guests and six crew.

The 118 WallyPower won the MYDA, Millennium Yacht Design Award, organized by Seatec for the "Layout of the Third Millennium."  It was the sole boat in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art architecture and design exhibition (2004/5), 'Glamour: Fabricating Affluence'.

The 118 WallyPower has appeared in popular UK car programme Top Gear - where it was compared with a Pagani Zonda S Roadster - as well as the movie The Island.

 

 



36" long, this model is constructed for a private collector.   
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